Adrian Kempe Stats
- Height / Weight
- 74 / 200 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/13/1996 (27)
Adrian Kempe Last 10 Games
Adrian Kempe News
Los Angeles Kings winger Adrian Kempe remained productive this preseason with his fourth goal of exhibition play as part of Tuesday night's 4-1 victory over the visiting Anaheim Ducks. Kempe also recorded three shots on goal to give him a hefty 14 shots across three preseason contests. The marker came midway through the first period and was of the power-play variety, his second man-advantage goal this preseason. The speedy winger is coming off a career year that saw him notch a career-best 41 goals and 67 points while skating in all 82 regular-season contests. He also added 250 shots on goal, 119 hits, 55 penalty minutes, and a plus-22 rating. He is a nice fantasy asset that brings contributions across the board.
Los Angeles Kings forward Adrian Kempe contributed a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 6-3 loss in Game 5 against Edmonton. Both of his points came in the first period as Kempe reached four goals and seven points for the playoffs. He started the postseason with a two-goal effort in Game 1 and has remained productive throughout the series, collecting at least a point in all of the games so far. Kempe's work includes 24 shots on goal and 19 hits in these playoffs.
Los Angeles Kings forward Adrian Kempe carried his hot goal-scoring form into the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs, scoring twice in Monday's 4-3 overtime victory against the Oilers. Edmonton jumped into a 2-0 lead in the game and was also up 3-1, but Kempe's two goals helped the Kings to mount a memorable comeback. The Swedish forward recorded his 11th multi-goal outing since the start of the regular season which trails only Connor McDavid (14) over that span. Combined with the regular season, Kempe now boasts 43 goals in 83 games for the campaign.
Los Angeles Kings forward Adrian Kempe finished off the 2022-23 regular season in style, scoring his second hat trick of the season and adding an assist in a 5-3 win over the Ducks Thursday night. He became the first Kings player since Alex Frolov in 2005-06 with multiple hat tricks in a season. The monster effort in front of the net also made Kempe the first Kings player since Luc Robitaille in 1993-94 with a 40-goal season. Kempe had a career-high 41 goals in total and finished with 67 points, which is also a new record for him. Having totaled 76 markers since the start of last season, Kempe has become one of the most consistent goal-scorers in the league, and the Kings will desperately need him to also produce the good in the playoffs against a high-scoring Edmonton team.